The worst is confirmed for Rafaël Harvey-Pinard and Jordan Harris, who are injured for a long time

Published November 21, 2023 at 2:41 PM
BY DAVID ST-JEAN
As the Canadiens prepare for three games in four nights in California, a place where they struggle to string together victories, bad news awaited Martin St-Louis's team.

Indeed, Rafaël Harvey-Pinard will miss six to eight weeks of action due to a lower-body injury, while Jordan Harris will be absent for an indefinite period as he leaves the team to undergo further tests.

It's truly unfortunate because in both cases, the return to play was expedited, worsening their original injuries.

This is exactly what was criticized in the former head athletic therapist Graham Rynbend, who was dismissed following the last catastrophic season in terms of injuries.


With the new team in place, the Habs have now lost the long-term services of Kirby Dach, David Savard, RHP, and Harris, and the quarter of the season has not yet arrived.

All this without counting that Arber Xhekaj is still on the sidelines, injured as well.

Let's hope it gets resolved soon because it's already a heavy toll for the Canadiens, who are struggling to secure a win in recent times.


ULTIMATELY, DO YOU BELIEVE THAT THE FORMER THERAPISTS WERE LINKED TO THE NUMEROUS INJURIES?
NOVEMBER 21      89 ANSWERS
YES2629.2 %
NO6370.8 %
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